The Song of Roland

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The Song of Roland
Anonymous, translated by Charles Kenneth Scott-Moncrieff
The Song of Roland is a French chivalric romance, written possibly during the 12th century. It tells the story of Charlemagne's attempt to free the city of Zaragoza from the Saracens. — Excerpted from The Song of Roland on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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